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Re: Build 5-5-9 in cygwin
Posted by: Michael Romero
Date: May 03, 2011 02:43PM

Hey Guys, I'll throw myself into this as well. The suggestions above helped me move past the "dtoa.c" error, and have left me at the following:


[ 84%] Built target sql
Linking CXX executable mysqld.exe
Creating library file: libmysqld.dll.a
libsql.a(mysqld.cc.o):mysqld.cc:(.rdata$_ZTV12Comp_creator[vtable for Comp_creator]+0x10): undefined reference to `___cxa_pure_virtual'
libsql.a(mysqld.cc.o):mysqld.cc:(.rdata$_ZTV12Comp_creator[vtable for Comp_creator]+0x14): undefined reference to `___cxa_pure_virtual'
libsql.a(mysqld.cc.o):mysqld.cc:(.rdata$_ZTV12Comp_creator[vtable for Comp_creator]+0x18): undefined reference to `___cxa_pure_virtual'
libsql.a(mysqld.cc.o):mysqld.cc:(.rdata$_ZTV12Comp_creator[vtable for Comp_creator]+0x1c): undefined reference to `___cxa_pure_virtual'
libsql.a(mysqld.cc.o):mysqld.cc:(.rdata$_ZTV16Unknown_key_hook[vtable for Unknown_key_hook]+0x10): undefined reference to `___cxa_pure_virtual'
libsql.a(repl_failsafe.cc.o):repl_failsafe.cc:(.rdata$_ZTV19Item_basic_constant[vtable for Item_basic_constant]+0x40): more undefined references to `___cxa_pure_virtual' follow
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[2]: *** [sql/mysqld.exe] Error 1
make[1]: *** [sql/CMakeFiles/mysqld.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2

I'm actually using mysql-5.5.11, I noticed a few of you are using slightly older released (5.5.9 and 5.5.10).

Anybody manage to get this working past the error above?

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